Question about George Foreman GR30 Indoor Grill
The grill stopped heating, so I looked inside and sure enough a wire (blue) was burned at one of the terminals. It is an easy fix, except I cannot find replacement wire. Tried several appliance repair places, most have a much heavier wire. Any ideas of where to find this?
Have you tried Home Depot? They actually have a pretty good wire section (at least mine does..).
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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